The world’s biggest and baddest book sale – BIG BAD WOLF has finally landed in the Queen City of the South and is officially open to the public last Friday! Browse through over 1 million books for 24 hours all at 60% – 80% off regular prices. It will be running for 10 days starting July 13 9AM until July 23, 2018 at 11:59PM at the IEC Convention Center Cebu (at the back of Landers). Admission is FREE so make sure to drop by!!
As for me, I was able to get first dibs on the book sale as I was among the invited Cebuanos who got an entry pass to the preview day last Thursday, July 12. I also got to visit again on the opening day, July 13 and the day after. Now let me tell you the things you need to know before going there yourself.
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It was May 1st and for those who may not know, it’s Labor Day in the Philippines. Although I do have an option to work on this day but really who am I kidding? Of course I’m taking all the days off whenever I can especially when its Labor Day. Duh haha!
So how did I spent my labor day, you may ask? I went to the beach to celebrate the day with food, drinks and of course great music powered by JBL at Azure Beach Club. For more than 7 decades, JBL has been bringing people closer through great music experiences – from concert venues, opera houses, sports stadiums, movie theater, to homes and just on the first day of May, they hosted an event dubbed as JBL Summer Lounge here in Cebu.
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First time in a yacht party and what better way to experience it than with the Klook squad!
Yes, I’m from Cebu where the nearest sea is just an hour drive away but shameless to say, it was actually my first time in an actual yacht! It was almost Sinulog weekend when I got the invitation from Klook for #KlookItSinulog Sunset Yacht Party as they officially launch Klook in Cebu and being aware of the brand and how great they are when it comes to different activities in different places, I was quick to say yes to their invitation.
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